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PATENT, PRUSSIAN. This subject will be considered by taking a view of the persons who may obtain patents; the nature of the patent; and the duration of the right.
     2.-Sec. 1, Of the persons who may obtain patents. Prussian citizens or subjects are alone entitled to a patent. Foreigners can not obtain one.
     3.-Sec. 2. Nature of the patents. Patents are granted in Prussia for an invention when the thing has been discovered or invented by the applicant. For an improvement, when considerable improvement has been made to a thing before known. And for importation, when the thing has been brought from a foreign country and put in use in the kingdom. Patents may extend over the whole country or only over a particular part.
     4.-Sec. 3. Duration of patents. The patent may at the choice of the applicant, be for any period not less than six months nor more than fifteen years.

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Advisers from Prussia (part of what is now Germany) suggested a parliament similar to the Diet in their home country.
Schleiermacher had been a leader in the movement to secure freedom for Prussia when the country had been conquered by Napoleon some twenty years earlier.
One major result of this new arrangement was the division of Prussia into two parts: the western lands, under the name of Royal Prussia, remained part of Poland; however, the eastern lands, with Konigsberg (Krolewiec) as their capital, continued to be ruled by the Order.
The area known as Prussia was inhabited in early times by West Slavic tribes, ancestors of the modern Poles, in the West, and Baltic tribes, closely related to Lithuanians, in the East (Fig.
Clark is concerned to chart a middle way, arguing that it is important not to read the history of Prussia from the perspectives of Hitler and the Second World War, that Prussia was a European state long before it became a German one, and, indeed, that Germany was not Prussia's fulfilment but its undoing.